spectacle

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Noun[change]

Singular
spectacle

Plural
spectacles

  1. A spectacle is something that you see that is unusual or notable.
    I will never forget the spectacle of watching trying to carry all his bags home from the station.
  2. A spectacle is a display or event on a grand scale.
    The opening ceremony of the Olympic Games was quite a spectacle.
  3. To make a spectacle of yourself you do something stupid that other people can see.
    While trying to impress the boys, she fell over in her high heel shoes, making a real spectacle of herself.

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